A selection of GTK+, GNOME-Shell and Cinnaon themes, plus stunning Linux icon packs, cute Conky configs, Plank themes and plenty, plenty more.
This GTK theme is fantastic, but installing it isn't.
Emoji are cropping up all over the web, becoming a popular (if often baffling) part of modern communication. But how to see them in Ubuntu?
I treat Conky setups a bit like wallpapers: I'll find one I love, only to change it the next week because I'm bored of it and want a change.
Ubuntu's default icon theme hasn't changed much in almost 5 years, save for the odd new icon here and there. If you're tired of how it looks we're going to show you a handful of gorgeous alternatives that will easily freshen things up.
With a near limitless variety of custom-made themes available for it, Conky has always been one of the best ways to add a splash of personality to any humdrum Linux desktop.
If you're looking to give your Android device an "ooh" makeover, check out the free Suru Android icons pack from Moka.
Zukimac is an OS X-inspired GTK3 theme that is uncanny in its appearance. Hunting out a decent Mac theme for your Ubuntu? Look no further.
If you ever fancy retooling your home folder to look like a rainbow, Folder Color lets you change colors ad-hoc with a right-click menu.
If your favoured window manager on Ubuntu is the lightweight resource-efficient Fluxbox, read on.
Upgrading from Windows XP to Lubuntu? This XP-style theme should make the switch easier, resembling Microsoft's aged OS in almost every area.
Long time users of Lubuntu will find a bunch of improvements have been made the default theme when upgrading later this month.
Borderless windows are finally coming to the Ubuntu desktop — nearly three years after the style was originally proposed. The one-pixel frame currently used around the edges of application windows running under the default Ubuntu themes will, […]